字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント When it comes to animation, Japan has always been spooky as holy grail. You can take the creations of Hayao Miyazaki on one hand, and Satoshi Tajiri on another. Now there is time for Demon Slayer to join the list. It has just become the highest-grossing film, in history of the Japan. Demon Slayer has grossed over $31 million in theatres, since it opened on 16 October. It has surpassed Miyazaki Oscar winning film Spirited Away, which held the record of $30.59 million. Demon Slayer set a huge record to attain such figure in just 59 days, when Miyazaki's movie took over 253 days to reach the 30 million mark in box office sales. According to distributor Aniplex, Demon Slayer overtook the collections of Titanic on 30 November, which was the second highest grossing movie in Japan. The film is based on manga series Demon Slayer by Koyoharu Gotōge. The story follows a teenage boy, who joins a band of demon fighters to avenge the slaughter of most of his family and to rescue his sister who herself is turned into a demon. The English-dubbed and subtitled versions of Demon slayer, will be coming for North American cinemas in early 2021, though the film was released in Taiwan on 30 October, and in Thailand earlier this month. Apart from the movie collections, the final novel of Demon Slayer went on sale this month. The cumulative number over four million copies were published as the first edition. It has been translated into 14 languages, and is available in 33 countries and regions. With such a popularity, there is no stopping for Demon Slayer, as companies are milking the franchise through toys and other merchandise. Overall it is good to know that movie industry is recovering after such a long dry spell.